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Photos And Videos From The Protests Raging In Spain

 Earlier, we told you about ongoing protests in Spain. Specifically, the Puerta del Sol in Madrid has been occupied by protesters, who were allowed to stay over last night by authorities.

The protests come ahead of local elections in the country this weekend, which are a precursor to national elections in 2012.

They are the first serious protests experienced by Spain in several months, and mark a turn in the temper of the public, specifically the youth in Spain.

Youth unemployment is at 43%, and is even worse for those aged 16 to 19.

One protester, called Maria by Cotizalia, said, "What do my two courses give me, a masters and perfect English and French, if nobody has offered me my first job in my life?" (translation)

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Comment by Ed Price
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Agitation like this, and like that in Egypt, and in America's problem economy, spells the beginning of doom for the whole World Banking System. 

But, when it happens, what will take its place will be great at first, but then, far worse.


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